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A matrix formulation of the Tau Method for Fredholm and Volterra linear integro-differential equations

  • M. Hosseini AliAbadi
  • S. Shahmorad
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Abstract

In this paper we obtain the matrix Tau Method representation of a general boundary value problem for Fredholm and Volterra integro-differential equations of orderv. Some theoretical results are given that simplify the application of the Tau Method. The application of the Tau Method to the numerical solution of such problems is shown. Numerical results and details of the algorithm confirm the high accuracy and userfriendly structure of this numerical approach.

AMS Mathematics Subject Classification

65L 

Key words and phrases

Fredholm or Volterra integro-differential equations Tau method operational Tau method 

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© Korean Society for Computational and Applied Mathematics 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of MathematicsTarbiat Modarres UniversityTehranIran

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